Get a handful labeled arm muscle diagrams to assist your study about human’s arm muscle anatomy. These 101 Diagramss are designed to guide you in studying the structure of the arm muscle. The muscles of the arm and hand are specifically designed to meet the body’s diverse needs of strength, speed, and precision while completing many complex daily tasks. To know more about the muscles in our arm, follow the diagrams posted below.
From the arm muscle diagram above, the muscles of the arm that can be seen easily on the surface include biceps, triceps, brachioradialis, extensor carpi radialis longus, and deltoid. Biceps are large muscle of the upper arm is formally known as the biceps brachii muscle, and rests on top of the humerus bone. It rotates the forearm and also flexes the elbow. While triceps are large muscle in the back of the upper arm helps straighten the arm. It is formally known as the triceps brachii muscle. More arm diagrams can be seen in the following images.
Brachioradialis is the muscle located at the top of the forearm near the elbow, helps rotate the forearm both outwardly and inwardly. It also flexes the forearm at the elbow. Extensor carpi radialis longus is the muscle next to the brachioradialis is one of five major muscles that help to move the wrist in multiple directions. When you clench your fist, this muscle bulges out from the skin. On the other hand, the deltoid muscle controls the majority of the shoulder’s movements and thus enables the arm to have increased range of motion.
As you begin to understand the anatomy of your arm muscles, you’ll learn how to maximize your arm growth. All these pictures are provided in high quality. Learn more about the other human body structure and anatomy diagrams by browsing through our latest posts or looking it up on the search column!